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Samsung Galaxy S4 cases over 5 reviews

So you’ve finally purchased your shiny new Galaxy S4, but as with most handsets, you wish to cover up all the hard work the designers have done. Having said that, you also want to protect your hard earned money and latest prized possession. Even before the handset was released we already had an idea of what cases there was to be made available, and we’ve already looked at some of them.

Now that the latest Samsung flagship handset is on the market we thought we would have a look at more Samsung Galaxy S4 cases, this time over 5 reviews.

First up we have a review of the Samsung Galaxy S4 Cygnett FlipFiber case. This is a two-part case, so you not only have a case, but also a flip cover to protect the screen as well. It’s pretty similar to the official flip cover case from Samsung, but there’s also a slot on the inside of the front cover, allowing you to place a card or a little case.

Second up is the Samsung Galaxy S4 iSkin Exo case, which as you will see is a rugged case, so should offer more protection than the previous case. It’s made of hard plastic and also has rubberized sides as well. Thankfully, the case doesn’t add much more bulk, but we have to admit, it is a bit ugly.

In the third video review we get to see the Spigen Neo Hybrid case for the S4, which is being compared to the S3 version. And you’ll see that the previous version had a better feel in the hand, but the newer model is a lot flatter and is more pleasing on the eye.

The Cushi Band Frame Case is more like a bumper than a case, but will not offer as much protection. The band is minimalist, and so only adds a little bulk to the edges. There’s always a fear of these things stretching, but with a mix of rubber and polycarbonate, this should not be an issue.

Finally, we have the Galaxy S4 Cygnett WorkMate Evolution case, and the first thing we noticed is how much cheaper it makes your S4 look. While it may be a little on the rugged side, when it comes to the design it will not win any awards.

There we have it, five Galaxy S4 case reviews, but what have you chosen to help protect your new S4 handset?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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